Niall Sargent

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Department ordered to reconsider the application in a High Court ruling by Ms Justice Mary Faherty. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Department of the Taoiseach has released records of Cabinet discussions for the first time after it lost a legal battle over the release of climat(...)

“We expected to at least see some moves toward disincentivising diesel use given the growing body of evidence on the damaging impact of its use on our climate and health.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Environment and Science Editor The budget will begin a process of transforming the Irish economy to address climate change, according to the Minister (...)

Climate science is complicated with many unknowns, especially in predicting how much the Earth will warm by over coming decades.  Photograph: John Giles/PA Wire

After deliberating on the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution on abortion and how to approach Ireland’s ageing population, the Citizens' Assembly has(...)

A meeting of the Citizens’ Assembly in April 2017. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Irish citizens, businesses, community groups and other organisations are missing out on an opportunity to voice their concerns on climate change, acco(...)

Shane Bradshaw (32), a financial analyst with Symantec, has been a regular blood donor since his early 20s.

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) has appealed for 1,500 additional donations to steady blood stocks eroded by a recent fall in donors. Whil(...)

Noelle Daly and Stephen Cluskey of Mobility Mojo, and Darren Ryan, chief executive of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, ahead of the 2016 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards taking place in the Mansion House in Dublin this evening, supported by DCC plc.

The creators of a travel app for people with reduced mobility will be among nine businesses to win €600,000 in funding at the Social Entrepreneurs Ire(...)

 The Irish Times spoke with those involved in the pub trade at the Irish Pubs Global Gathering conference in Dublin  to gauge their impressions of the changing landscape and what makes the ideal Irish pub. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Gone are the days of the dominance of the traditional Irish pub, ornate with trinkets and tools from times past, and old men sipping a silent Guinness(...)